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Is Online Education Opposed to Face-To-Face Education?

Open education is particularly characterized by the removal of restrictions, exclusions and privileges; by the accreditation of students’ previous ex­perience; by the flexibility of the management of the time variable; and by substantial changes in the traditional relationship between professors and students. On the other hand, online, distance or virtual education or e-Learning is a modality which […]

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Learning for Today and Beyond Tomorrow

“We are at the very early stage of a major learning revolution and we are responsible for giving future generations a much better world of what we have today.” It would be wrong to suggest that no progress has been made over the last twenty-five years in improving and extending school education throughout the world. […]

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Learning Forever: Deconstructing Current Education

One of the problems facing education today is its failure to adapt to the advances in science and technology. Educational institutions and their teaching systems lag far behind when it comes to adapting to new forms of knowledge and learning. While the education system shapes some of the components of society, it is also conditioned […]

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Can We Transfer Science From One Culture To Another?

Can we transfer science from one country to another or from one culture to other culture? Is a scientific fact different in the United States and China? Who owns science? Are we confusing science with technology? Science does not come into existence by spontaneous generation. Scientific knowledge is not only an inheritance from the past […]

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Humanism and Educational Technology Must Coexist

What has come to be know as educational technology sprang from behaviorist psychology and philosophical positivism and gradually came to include the theories of systems and of communication. However, the different incidence of each of the contributions in each place, and the passing of time, have shown all too clearly the shortcomings of the atomistic […]

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Quotes on Education

It is in fact a part of the function of education to help us escape --not from our own time, for we are bound by that-- but from the intellectual and emotional limitations of our own time. --T.S. Eliot

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Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind.

Bertrand Russell

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